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Re: Hello to all from a Sailnet newbie with a CS36t

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Welcome Alex, You have acquired what I think is the best built production sailboat on the water (no, I don't own one)
Actually the CS36M was, but the Traditional (never named the Traditional but evolved when the Merlin was built) is a good boat and in my opinion a prettier boat with the sheer that the Merlin lacks. The late models were very good and you have one. Ray Walls' boats were better looking that Tony Castro's.
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Re: Hello to all from a Sailnet newbie with a CS36t

Thank you, Vasco. I will humour you on that account A friend of mine has the Merlin, and a fine cruising boat it is! I considered the Merlin in my boat search and though I liked it a lot, I preferred to go with the more substantial Raymond wall design .

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